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Place of Publication: Saint Jean, Saint Barthelemy
Publication Date: April 13, 2007
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Homicide in Vtet

Perpetrator placed

in provisional detention

The St. Barth Weekly is
happy to be back for its
fourth season. The Wee-
kly is designed to help
you put your finger on
the pulse of the local
community Featuring
an English r6sum6 of the
top stories in our French
newspaper, Le Journal de
Saint Barth, as well as
original articles in
English, The St. Barth
Weekly is the only com-
pletely English-language
newspaper on the island.
It is distributed on the
island every week from
November through the
end of July. Our most
exciting news is that each
Friday, The Weekly is
also available online at
Saint Barth Online
(www.st-barths.com), the
wonderful web site laun-
ched in 1996, and now
run by our friends Bruno
and G6raldine Colletas.
Thanks to them, you can
download every edition
of The St. Barth Weekly,
so that no matter where
you are in the world, you
can stay in touch with
your favorite island.

The drama took place at the bottom of this private drive.

The police arrested a cou-
ple living in Vitet last
Tuesday. After question-
ing at the gendarmerie in Gus-
tavia, the man who is of Brazil-
ian origin and who has lived in
Saint Barth for 10 years, was
placed in provisional detention
in Guadeloupe. He is suspected
of the stabbing death of Steve
Bouffar Roop, who was found
dead on Easter Monday in the
neighborhood of Vitet.
According to our information,
a neighborhood quarrel was at
the root of this drama. It was
Easter weekend and like many
young people on the island,
Steve decided to have some
fun: after a tour of the camp-
sites at Toiny, he and a friend
went to Gustavia to prolong the
holiday. Along the way, he saw

two teenagers who were hitch-
hiking, and stopped to pick
them up and take them to their
home in an apartment in a
rental house in the neighbor-
hood where the crime took
place. The private road that
leads to these houses is rather
steep, but that didn't stop Steve
from driving up it, in spite of
the loud noise from his car
whose muffler left a lot to be
desired. The noise increased as
Steve tried to get up the hill,
waking up the neighbors. A
first altercation broke out, fol-
lowed by a second, in which
the victim-who was drunk
according to witnesses-came
face to face with the suspected
perpetrator who risks, if found
guilty of involuntary homicide,
up to 30 years in prison.



In July

It's official: the first
election of Saint
Barth's new territori-
al council will be
held as expected on
July 1 and 8, as we
learned recently
from the French
overseas minister.
This election marks
the passage of Saint
Barth from a town in
Guadeloupe to an
Overseas Collectivity
detached adminis-
tratively from
Guadeloupe, to
which Saint Barth
has been attached
sine 1878. The Terri-
torial Council is the
new assembly that
will replace the cur-
rent municipal coun-
cil. A president,
elected by the 19
members of this new
council, will head the
collectivity. The min-
ister of the interior,
Frangois Baroin, is
expected to sign the
decree for the elec-
tions any day now.

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Book Day, second edition

Initiated by UNESCO in 1995,
World Book Day marks its 11th
anniversary on April 23, and will
be celebrated for the second time in
Saint Barth. Launched by a group of
book lovers, and coordinated by Didi-
er Bensa and Jean-Pierre Hennequet,
the local event will take place on
Sunday, April 15 from 9:00am to
1:00pm in front of the Wall House
municipal museum. Various activities
will be held to help promote the dif-
fusion of books, and encourage
everyone, and especially young peo-
ple, to enjoy the pleasures of reading,
and to salute the considerable contri-
bution that authors make to the
thought process and to universal cul-
ture. There will also be a book
exchange, with books in French and
in English. The idea is simple: you
take your books on April 15 and
trade or donate them. The bookstores
will have stands with their special


choice of books. A number of local
authors will be present at the second
annual International Book and Copy-
right Day, and their books will be

available for purchase at tables from
local bookshops. These island scribes
include Arlette Magras, Jeanne-Marie
Greaux, Jean Belotti, Jean-Marie
Led6e, Serge Perez, and Jean-Pierre
Ballagny. The roster also includes
five authors from abroad: poet Jean-
Michel Maulpoix, director of the
Writer's Center in Paris; author
Ernest Pepin from Guadeloupe;
painter-poet Luis Mizon from Chile;
and writer Virgile Novarina-all four
invited by the Week of Poetry which
begins the next day. The final guest is
children's book author/illustrator,
Pascale Bougeault.
A stand for children will include var-
ious activities including reading of
stories. Local authors who are also
invited to be on hand to answer
questions that the public might ask
about the art of writing. Celebrate
Book Day in Saint Barth... Sunday,
April 15!

French Presidential Elections

First Primary on April 21

L ike their counter-
parts in Saint-Mar-
tin, Guadeloupe,
Martinique, French
Guyana, French Polynesia,
Saint-Pierre and Miquelon,
the voters in Saint Barth
will be called to the polls I
for the first round of votes
in this year's presidential
elections on Saturday, April
21 rather than on Sunday,
April 22 as in metropolitan
France. This advance
vote-a custom put into
place for the 2004 Euro-
pean elections and the Con-
stitutional referendum in
May 2005-avoids having
local voters cast their votes
once the elections results
are already decided in
France. Unless someone
backs out at the last minute,
there will be 12 candidates
on the ballot in this primary,
compared to 16 on the same
St Barth Weekly n116

ballot in 2002.
As in the rest of France, the
election campaign opened
last Monday, but was met
with great indifference in
Saint-Barth where the
majority of the residents
were enjoying the end of a
sunny Easter weekend. At
this time, the island has
4,766 registered voters,
divided into four voting dis-
tricts. This represents an
increase of approximately
30% compared to the last
presidential elections in
2002. The second round of
voting will be held on Sat-
urday, May 5.

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Stations of the Cross Highpoint of Easter Week
From Palm Sunday through East- 1
er Monday, the Pascal week was
marked by numerous religious ..
ceremonies, including the Stations of ". .-, __

the Cross on friday April 6, symboliz-
ing the Passion of Christ, from his
death sentence until he was laid in his
tomb. Catholic priest, Sylvere Numa,
who was accompanied by almost 300
people, including the local altar boys,
led this event. The Stations of the
Cross began at the fire station, mark-
ing the first station or the moment

when Jesus was condemned to death
by Pontius Pilate, and continued
through the thirteen stations, conclud-
ing at the same spot almost two hours
later. During the entire procession, two
men took turns carrying the heavy
wooden cross- that stands eight feet
tall and usually hangs above the altar
in the Catholic church in Lorient.


St Barth Weekly n116




St. Barth F
he t ciflih edition of the
St. Barth Film Festival,
Cinema Caraibe, will be
held from April 25-30, 2007. The
program includes four feature
films and two shorts in 35mm, as
well as several video screenings,
including De memoire d'anciens,
a film depicting the history of

Saudade do Futuro, the opening
night film, is a portrait of Sao
Paulo, Brazil, as seen by the
Nordestinos who move to the city
in search of a better life in the
economic and industrial heart of
the country. "In looking at this
large, bustling city, the filmmak-
ers take a look at the modern
world. It's an interesting mirror in
which we see ourselves reflect-
ed," says Ellen Lampert-Greaux,
co-director of the festival.
The second evening's film, Rolling
Family, is the Argentina version of Lit-
tle Miss Sunshine: a road movie, this
time the story of an 84 year-old grand-
mother invited to be the matron of
honor at a wedding and the whole
family sets out in an old camping car.
The result is a humorous look at four
generations of a family rolling through

Next up is The Harder They Come:
This cult film was shown at the inau-
gural festival in 1996 and will be
shown again this year. Why? "We
wanted to pay homage to Perry Hen-
zell, the Jamaican director of The
Harder They Come who passed away
in December 2006," notes Lampert-
Greaux. It is also the 35th anniversary
of this 1972 film which tells the story
of a country boy (Jimmy Cliff) who
moves to Kingston to try and realize
his dream of becoming a singer. The
film launched the popularity of reggae
around the world, and is on the list of
top ten Caribbean films.

In the horror/fantasy film category is
Pan's I,,,,i ni,h the extremely suc-
cessful film by Mexican director
Guillermo del Toro. It premiered at the

ilm Festival, N


Cannes film festival in 2006, and was
subsequently nominated for numerous
Academy Awards, of which it won
three: Best Cinematography, Best Art
Direction, and Best Make-Up, in addi-
tion to Golden Globe Awards and
BAFTA Awards. "This is one film not
to miss," says the festival co-director.

In addition to these features that will
be screened at Ajoe, there are also two
35mm short films on the program. The
first is II etait une fois... Sasha et
Ddsire, a film by Cecile Vernant from
Martinique, which will be shown
before The Harder They Come. This
25-minute film tells the story of the
love affair between Sasha and Desire,
who meet in France in the 1930s, as
seen in a flashback as Sasha tells the
story to her great grandchildren in
Martinique. The second is Adolfo, a
short feature of 43 minutes :l.ih i i1 be
shown at AJOE before the festival
moves to Zion Gardens in Saline for
an evening of music videos and live
music for a closing night party on
April 30. Adolfo is the first film by
French filmmaker Sofi Delaage, and is
the story of a taxi driver in Havana
whose car is forever in need of
repair... He is a Cuban who is torn
between the desire to leave and the
love he has for his crazy country.

umber 12 !
Video Evening
at the Capitainerie

On Sunday, April 29, the festi-
val presents a special video
evening in the large hall next to
Sthe Capitainerie on the main
dock in Gustavia. The program
begins with Lanmou a Bwa, a
new documentary by Janluk
Stanislas about the woodwork-
ers from Pointe Noire in his
native Guadeloupe. This will be
followed by the world premiere
S of De memoire d'anciens
(Memories of Our Past), a 52-
minute film directed by Victoire
Theismann and produced by
Telemac Production, a Saint
Barth production company run
by Cedric Robion, who also is
credited with the camera, sound,
and editing of this film which takes a
look at the history of Saint Barth
through the memories of its old-
timers, from clandestine travel to
Saint Thomas, working in the salt
flats, and the modernization of the
island to what is has become today.

The festival will also play host to the
Traveling Caribbean Film Showcase
organized in conjunction with
UNESCO. This is a collection of
films from across the Caribbean-a
total of 29 hours- that will be seen
throughout the year in various loca-
tions. The St. Barth Film Festival
was selected as one of the locations,
although it will not screen all of the
films. Several short films for chil-
dren will be shown in the island
schools, and several of the documen-
taries, including Port-au-Prince Ma
Ville, a 52' film by Rigoberto Lopez
and Frantz Voltaire, will be shown in
a special Saturday afternoon screen-
ing at the Capitainerie. Frantz
Voltaire, a Haitian historian and
filmmaker who lives in Montreal,
will present the film and represent
UNESCO at the festival.

Stay tuned for complete details about
all films and festival events in the next
edition of The Weekly.
St Barth Weekly n116



Except for the collec-
tion of electric and
electronic equip-
ment, mandatory in France
since last November but
not yet in place in Saint
Barth, the island has practi-
cally solved all of its trash
disposal problems. This
was a long process, due in
part to the thousands of
miles to recycling centers
and the temptation to bur
or bury everything on the
island. But this was not the

choice in Saint Barth,
where eventually a solution
was found for each type of
trash collected. After years
of searching, the island has
found a source to accept a
stock of five tons of batter-
ies that has accumulated at
the trash center and will
soon be transported to
France. Iron and aluminum
are taken away regularly
and even earn a little mon-
ey for the island. Since
March 2006 when a glass-

crushing machine began to
operate in Saint Martin, the
recycling of glass-more
than 800 tons per year-is
viable and turns the glass
into sand used for construc-
tion. The residue left from
incineration of non-iron
metal, which looks like
black sand, is also recycled
when of good quality, and
used as a bottom layer for
roads or the municipal ten-
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taken to the incinerator and
burned for a specific time
to eliminate contamination.
Oils-motor or vegetal-
are also sent to France for
treatment. All that is left to
sort out is the electric and
electronic trash, an issue
the island hopes to solve in
the next few months.

The Fight Against
Metal Slag

Ry Rocklen at Me
M e.di.um

to present Half
Craft, an exhibi- -
tion of recent
work by artist Ry
Rocklen. Half
Craft is
Me.di.um's first
sculpture exhibition and is
on view sinco April 6 to
May 5, 2007 in Gustavia,
St. Barthelemy. The work
featured in this exhibition is
a continuation of Rocklen's
interest in the renewal of
found objects. The show
will consist of eight to ten
sculptures, which were con-
structed using materials sal-
vaged from the junkyards
and gutters of St. Barth by
Rocklen during his residen-
cy. Rocklen has minimally
altered the materials, giving
these objects a second life
as sculpture.

dium gallery

Ry Rocklen lives and works
in Los Angeles. He has had
solo exhibitions at Zach
Feuer (LFL) Gallery, New
York; Dangerous Curve,
Los Angeles; and Black
Dragon Society, Los Ange-
les. His work was also fea-
tured in group exhibitions
including the Rubell Family
Collection, Miami; Baron-
ian Francey, Brussels; Mil-
liken Gallery, Stockholm;
and Michael Janssen
Galerie, Cologne. Rocklen
is currently represented by
Black Dragon Society, Los

nis courts under construc-
tion in Saint Jean.
Trash considered "infec-
tious risk" has also been
treated specially for the
past two years. They are
collected by the company,
Top Service, either directly
at the source- principally
the hospital, the medical
labs, the infirmary, and
doctor's offices-or in a
special drop off near the
infirmary. They are then

Metal slag- which repre-
sents 250 tons each year-
is one of the hardest things
to recycle. Yet if one gives
it some thought, it is also
something that can easily
be avoided: it is primary
created by cans that are not
separated for recycling. If
each resident of the island
would separate cans from
their household trash, the
situation would be vastly

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Easter On
F rom a simple campfire in the
old days to today's village of
tents with electricity, television,
and even computers (of course..) '
camping on the beach during Easter
week has become a veritable institu-
tion in the West Indies. This is also
true in Saint Barth where residents
have for many years taken to the
beaches to celebrate, in local fashion,
the end of Lent and the resurrection
of Christ. To get a good spot, some
folks set out their stakes as early as
Palm Sunday, one week before East-
er, although they didn't complete their
campsites until Thursday, the day the
administration and many local busi- 1
nesses shut their doors for the Easter -.
holiday, a long weekend from Good
Friday through Easter Monday. what happens h
Among the top-en most popular spots beach, card gai
for campers are the bay of Colomber, and even lve m
the beach at Flamands, the dunes of stes, as well as
Saline, the flats of Grand Fond, and tion of food. F
the sea grapes in Petit Cul de Sac. So occasion to tast
such as crab pila
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The Beach!

ere? Games on the tripe, Johnny cakes, and Easter cake,
es, stereo systems, all washed down with run punch...
usic at some camp- As for the ci:.lth the skies were
the important ques- smiling... After a long period of bad
or all, Easter is an 1 cailcti, Easter weekend was sun-
e local specialties filled with a calm sea perfect for nau-
f, fresh fish, conch, tical activities.
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The local specialties such as crab pilaf

St Barth Weekly n116

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Where to go dancing? See an art exhibit?
Listen to live music? Time Out keeps you up to date on local happenings. Let's party I

Special Events
I Book Day, second edition
Sunday, April 15 from
9:00am to 1:00pm in
front of the Wall House
municipal museum
Various activities will be
held to help promote the
diffusion of books, and
encourage everyone, and
especially young people, to
enjoy the pleasures of rea-
ding, and to salute the
considerable contribution
that authors make to the
thought process and to uni-
versal culture.

Live Music
I Every Evening
- Lounge mix, 7:30pm-
midnight, Bar't6,
H6tel Guanahani
Grand Cul de Sac
-Papagayo, Tania Mitchel
& Friends, except Monday
at La Plage, St. Jean,
I April 2-30
Johnny Hoy & the Bluefish
Trio 8:30pm-midnight,
BAZ, Gustavia
I Every Saturday

Cabaret night with spectacle,
at 9pm, Restaurant "Z",
Saint Jean
) Every Wednesday
Cabaret night with spectacle,
at 9pm, Restaurant "Z",
Saint Jean
) Every Saturday & Sunday
Stephane, Sunset Concert at
5:30pm, Hotel Carl Gustav
I From Wednesday-Friday
Alan Landry on piano, 8pm,
Le Gaiac, Hotel Le Toiny
I From Tuesday-Saturday
Phil on piano, 7pm, Hotel
Christopher, Pointe Milou,
I From Tuesday-Friday
- Nadege, Sunset Concert,
5:30pm, Hotel Carl Gustav

Let's Party
I Friday, April 13
- Latino party from 6pm
at Ti Zouk K'f6, Gustavia
- Speed Dating and Karaok6
at Bacardi Caf6, St Jean
) Saturday, April 14
-World Music from 8pm
at Ti Zouk K'f6, Gustavia
I Sunday, April 15
- Creole BBQ with acoustic
music, La Marine Restaurant,
- Brunch at Manapany with
Christine Gordon noon to
3:00pm, Anse des Cayes
I Monday, April 16
- Marrakech evening,
mint tea and belly dancing,
Ti St Barth, Pointe Milou
STuesday, April 17
Pirate Night, at Ti St Barth,
Pointe Milou
I Wednesday, April 18
- Ti Brother Party: A bottle
of Moet & Chandon for the
best costume. Fashion show
and dancing. Ti St Barth
) Thursday, April 19

- Night of the angels,
Ti St Barth, Pointe Milou
I Friday & Saturday
Crazy Week end
& Fashion Show
Ti St Barth, Pointe Milou

Night Club
Eve Ducharme Art Gallery
Richard Litzelmenn
at Wall House gallery,

I Every evening:
-Casa Nikki, Gustavia
-Yacht Club, Gustavia
-Bubbles Club, Gustavia
-Hot Spot caf6, Lurin
-Sexy pole dancing every
night after lam, Yacht Club
I Monday
- Studio 54, Casa Nikki
) Wednesday
Bling Bling Please, Casa

I Alain le Chatelier,
Les Artisans, Gustavia
I Basile, Haitian painter,
Galerie Asie, Gustavia
I Philippe Bertho, Eve
Ducharme Art Gallery, Toiny
) Through May 5
Ry Rocklen, renewal of found
objects, gallery Me.di.um,
) Nicola Hicks, Visual artist
Jane's Gallery, Eden Rock
I Group Show: Jeanne

Plates s fitness
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Group & private classes
Fitness studio, spinning...
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Susplugas, Chloe Tallot,
Fabien Verschaere
at to b.art Gallery, Gustavia
I Permanent exhibits
Michelle Marie paintings) ,
H6tel Carl Gustaf, Gustavia
Philippe Defruit (sculptu-
res), H6tel Carl Gustaf,
Alain le Chatelier, Les
Artisans, Gustavia
-Pompi, Petit Cul de Sac
-Hannah Moser, Cul de Sac
-Antoine Heckly, Galerie
Indochine, Gustavia
I Art Galleries
Eve Ducharme Art Gallery
(appointment only), Toiny
-To-b.art galerie, Gustavia
-Me.di.um galerie, Gustavia
-Didier Spindler galerie,
Pipiri Boutique, Gustavia

Fashion shows:
I Everyday:
1:30-2pm: H6tel Isle de
France boutique, Flamands
3:30-7:30: Geisha Vampire,
La Plage, Saint Jean
IEve Ducharme Art Gallery
presents Philipne Bertho

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1) Terrance from Air St Maarten with friend
Mina in St Barth
2) David Anderson celebrates his 60th
birthday with his children Lindsay and Jordan
3) Khoi Bui and Sarah Sanders from
San Francisco got engaged on holiday
in Saint Barth
4) Jeannie Sanders (mother to Sarah Sanders)
of Yuba City California, with Wes Triplett
of New York City
5) Time party at Le Select
6) Dennis Carlton celebrating at The Strand
(with a tall glass of cucumber soup!)
7) The captain of the Polynesia and a friend
7 (Photo: Rosemond Grdaux)
St Barth Weekly n116

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St Barth WEKLY
Published by "Le Journal de Saint-Barth" ISSN-1166-9278
Ph. : Fax:
e-mail: stbarthweekly@wanadoo.fr wwwjournaldesaintbarth.com
Director & layout : Avigael Haddad Chief Editor: Pierrette Guiraute,
Translation : Ellen Lampert Greaux, Photographe: Rosemond Greaux
Impression : Daily Herald

U Classified ads

Very charming property located
near Flamands beach, includes 3
bedrooms and a workshop.
Exclusive listing
1100 000
Luxurious penthouse located in St
Jean 2 minutes from the beach.
Including two bedrooms, living
room, and terrace. Striking view
over the bay.
1 190 000

Tel. : 05 90 29 88 91
For Sale, Beautiful upright
piano, full size German model
2005 with brilliant black ebony
finish. Probably the best piano
on the island. Owned and
played by a professional. Priced
low at 7,500 euros Shown by
appointment only. Contact:

To rent by the year Nice ocean
front villa in Toiny. 4 bedrooms
4 bathrooms, nice living-room,
big kitchen, pool, parking, Fully
Furnished available May 1.
Monthly rent 3900 euros.
Tel.: 0590 27.71.25 or

To rent by the year or shorter
period, nice ocean front villa
near Toiny Hotel, 2 bedrooms
well separated from each other, 2
bathrooms, small living room,
small pool, parking, very pri-
vate, all rooms and terrace
facing Toiny Bay. Partly or fully
furnished. Available as of April.
Monthly rent 3200 euros. Tel:
06 90 57 19 61
Real Estate
For sale by owner : two adja-
cent villas on approx. 1/4 acre
of land at 300ft elevation. Over-
looking Grand and Petit Cul de
Sac.Marvellous land and seav-
iews. Quiet private road.
1,900.000 Euro.
Tel. 0590 27 78 71

Check the solutions
to the Sudoku
St Barth Weekly n116

Villa with seaview 2 bedrooms,
pool, nice natural area, 2 min
walking from the beach. Price
3,400,000 euros Contact :

Exclusive Sale : Property in St
Jean on 0,75 acre, villa with
pool, living-room, fully
equipped kitchen, terrace, 3
bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and
Fitness room. Contact CMI at
05 90 27 80 88 or
For sale this one bedroom
"case" situated on the hillside
above Flamands, ocean views.
The living room, kitchen, and
dining encompass the first floor
and open to the exterior sittings
area while the second floor
houses the comfortable bedroom
Contact St. Barth Property /
Sotheby's International Realty:
For sale, two bedroom apart-
ment situated within a quaint
complex of only 6 units and
is within easy walking distance
to the shops and restaurants of
beautiful Gustavia Harbor.
View of the harbor and sunsets
also holds the kitchen, dinning
and living areas along with a
Jacuzzi. Nicely furnished
Contact St. Barth Property/
Sotheby's International Realty:
0590 29 75 05
For sale, this 3 bedroom, 3 bath-
room villa is situated on the hill-
side of Petit Cul de Sac and
enjoys nice privacy. From the
terrace you enjoy pastoral and
distant water views to the
Northwest. A spacious living
area and kitchen open to the ter-
race where there is a shaded sit-
ting area or a sunning terrace
surrounding the outdoor
jacuzzi. Currently the property
is occupied on a full time basis.
St. Barth Property/Sotheby's
International Realty:
0590 29 75 05
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HEmergency numbers

Shipping rescue
PAF / airport & port police
Fire dept.
Doctor on duty
Pharmacy Aeroport
Saint Jean
U Useful numbers

Tourism ,-
Boat company

Airlines company


Rapid Explorer
St-Barth Commuter
Air Caraibes
American Airlines

St Bar N .- (Bus Service)
Town Hall
EDF (electricity company office)
Water system
Post ,,' Gustavia
Marine Reserve

05 96 70 92 92
059027 11 70
05 90 29 76 76
05 90 27 60 35
8 /05 90 27 66 13
05 90 27 76 03
05 90 27 66 61
05 90 27 61 82
05 90 29 02 12

05 90 87 10 68
05 90 27 60 33
05 90 27 54 54
05 90 27 71 90
00 599 54 52040
05 90 27 75 81
05 90 29 80 40
05 90 29 80 81
05 90 27 60 33
069031 7073

Catholic church Sunday 8:30am Gustavia 05 90 27 95 38
.1 ,. church Sunday 9am. 05 90 29 74 63
i. ., church St Barth Beach Hotel Sunday 9am


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